I don’t know if it was a Swedish only phenomena, but during the 1980’s there could break out fights between ”Synthare” (People into Electronic music such as Depeche Mode & Kraftwerk) and ”Hårdrockare” (Metal kids), and these fueds are still here today but more of a verbal thing than actual fistfights. For the moment, there’s a really funny one going on by two journalists here, my favourite Swedish entertainment journalist, Fredrik Strage from a national newspapers and one guy from a more of a local newspaper.
The EP starts out with ”Wishful Summer Night”, a moody slow paced piece that took a couple of plays before I got into it, but now thinks is really good.
Next up we have ”Dance Again”, this one is just amazing. Love at first sight, although a melancholic love. For some reason it takes me back to my early twenties, when one midsummer night after a party when everyone had gone to bed, I sat alone in a meadow contemplating and wishing for something else in my life.
We flip the side and on comes ”The Rhythm”, this is as good as ”Dance Again”, and I again time-travel to my most extreme Depeche Mode listening days.
Track four begins awesome with some poundig electronica, but when the singing kicks in it kind of gets monotone (and not in the good way) and I loose interest.
We flip the side and on comes ”The Rhythm”, this is as good as ”Dance Again”, and I again time-travel to my most extreme Depeche Mode listening days. Track four begins awesome with some pounding electronics, but when the singing kicks in, it kind of gets monotonic (and not in the good way) and I lose interest.
Last out is ”If you want me” with a female singer, but google didn’t give me her name in 5 minutes so I moved on. Okey track but not much more.
So to sum it up, two awesome, one great and two okay tracks. Buy it!
|A1||Wishful Summer Night|
|B2||I Can’t Stand|
|B3||If You Want Me|
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